Bitesize News: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up
Edition #10 – June 2017
Words by Lawrence Saunders
Mexican eatery plans ‘grab & go’ offering
Pancho’s Burritos is planning a new ‘grab and go’ offering on Wood Street.
The Mexican street food chain wants to open up the rear of its Bold Street restaurant to serve those on the move.
Pancho’s Liverpool branch became the company’s fourth UK opening back in March – joining two restaurants in Manchester and one in Leeds.
According to plans submitted to Liverpool City Council, the changes to the building will bring “positive changes to an existing façade of poor quality”.
New pizza & carvery restaurant to offer Armed Forces discount
A newly opened pizza and carvery restaurant is to mark Armed Forces Day with a discount for members of the defence community.
In recognition of the celebration, which is taking place in Liverpool on 24 June, all Defence Discount and Blue Light cardholders will receive 20% off at the Britannia Inn from 19 June to 1 July.
Located on Riverside Drive, the remodelled Britannia Inn, formerly a Crown Carvery, now offers guests pizzas, burgers and full carvery alongside pub classics, such as fish and chips.
Green light for Clayton Square Pan Asian buffet restaurant
A new Pan Asian buffet restaurant boasting over 150 dishes is heading to Clayton Square Shopping Centre.
Bon Pan Asian Restaurant had been given planning permission to convert the former Poundworld on the corner of Elliot Street and Great Charlotte Street into its second UK branch.
Guests can look forward to an eclectic menu which includes everything from sushi and teppanyaki to curries, pizza and Robatayaki – a Japanese method of cooking, similar to barbecue.